To divide; to separate into parts or regions.
To arrange (different coats of arms) upon one escutcheon, as when a man inherits from both father and mother the right to bear arms.
One of the four three-month periods into which the calendar year is divided for the reporting of economic data.
Terms are referred to as Quarters. There are three Quarters in the School year - Oration (September), Long (January) and Cricket (April). The 'quarter' refers to the mid-morning break, which is normally after the first two school periods.
An academic quarter is a four-term system (Fall = mid-September to mid-December; Winter = January to March; Spring = April to mid-June; and Summer = mid-June to mid-August). Generally, most Oregon public universities and colleges are on a quarter system. Refer to your calendar for specific dates.
an academic term at institutions on the “quarter system,” where the academic year is divided into three “quarters” plus a summer session
(also called â€œTermâ€) At Lane, 11 weeks including 10 weeks of instruction, and one week of final exams. There are four quarters in an academic year: fall, winter, spring, and summer quarter (or term).
One of the four quarters of the Financial Year. These are: April June Quarter 1 July September Quarter 2 October December Quarter 3 January March Quarter 4
One type of term within an academic year, marking the beginning and end of classes. In the CSU, 6 campuses are on the quarter system. Each quarter is 10 weeks in length, and there are three quarters (fall, winter, spring) per academic year. Four CSU campuses also have a summer quarter.
Period of study of approximately 10 to 12 weeks' duration.
one of four periods of play into which some games are divided; "both teams scored in the first quarter"
one of four periods into which the school year is divided; "the fall quarter ends at Christmas"
one of the four major division of the compass; "the wind is coming from that quarter"
pull (a person) apart with four horses tied to his extremities, so as to execute him; "in the old days, people were drawn and quartered for certain crimes"
divide into quarters; "quarter an apple"
divide by four; divide into quarters
a three-month period beginning in January, April, July or October
A 15-minute playing period. Four quarters make up an NFL game.
The year is divided into four quarters: January 1-March 31, April 1-June 30, July 1-September 30, October 1-December 31.
Any one of four three-month periods in the PedNSS and PNSS calendar year: January– March; April – June; July – September.; October – December.
to divide the shield into four or more compartments; a sub-ordinary occupying one quarter of the shield.
An academic term at a school on the "quarter system," in which the calendar year is divided into four equal quarters. New courses begin each quarter.
an academic term comprising a period of ten weeks. It is followed by one week for exams. Three quarters–fall, winter and spring– comprise the normal academic year. Courses are also offered during the summer quarter. Most courses last for one quarter.
Period of study, approximately 10 to 12 weeks’ duration or one-quarter of the academic year.
An enrollment period of about ten weeks.
A division of the academic year used by schools, colleges or universities. Quarters are approximately 10 weeks long and there are four quarters each academic year.
A football game is divided into four quarters, 15 minutes each (12 minutes in high school football).
Localities containing over 100,000 residents are divided into Quarters. A quarter includes up to 10 Sub-Quarters with territorial continuity.
Term of instruction, usually 11 weeks long (8 weeks during the summer).
The four 3-month periods into which the legislative year is divided are called quarters (i.e. January - March, April - June, July - September, and October - December).
An academic calendar period of about 12 weeks. Four quarters make up an academic year, but at colleges using the quarter system, students make normal academic progress by attending three quarters each year. In some colleges, students can accelerate their programs by attending all four quarters in one or more years.
A period of time that encompasses approximately 1/4 of the academic year.
Businesses have four quarters (come to think of it, everything has four quarters -- but we digress), roughly equal to three months, in every fiscal year. After each quarter, a company is required to file a report with the SEC providing investors with juicy details about the company's performance.
There are four quarters in a game, two in each half.
A period of three months in a coffee year. The first quarter runs from October to December, the second from January to March, the third from April to June and the fourth from July to September. Under the quota provisions of the Agreement, quarterly quotas are allocated to each exporting Member. A period of three months in a calendar year. * See also Quotas
A quarter is a 3-month period in a calendar year. There a four quarters in a calendar year.
The designation for a school term, lasting approximately 11 weeks.
term or period of time in an academic year. There are three quarters and two summer sessions in most quarter system schools. One quarter typically is 10 weeks long.
Period of study that is one-quarter of the academic year.
There are four quarters in the City's fiscal year. October through December 1st quarter; January through March 2nd quarter; April through June 3rd quarter and July through September 4th quarter.
A three month period of time.
One type of term within an academic year that marks the beginning and end of classes. An academic year at a quarter school is comprised of 3 terms: fall, winter, and spring. Each quarter lasting 11-12 weeks in length.
A fiscal period lasting three months, commonly used for purposes of reporting earnings.
A calendar used by some colleges. The quarter school year is broken down into four periods, each lasting 10 to 12 weeks.
A three-month period on a financial calendar that acts as a basis for the reporting of earnings and the paying of dividends.